The Strained Relationship of MacArthur and Marshall

September 14, 2017

5:30 PM

Please join us for

“The Strained Relationship of MacArthur and Marshall”

with James Zobel

General Douglas MacArthur was one of the most colorful, controversial, and image-conscious military figures of the twentieth century. This unique program will offer new insight into the often complex relationship between Douglas MacArthur and George C. Marshall.

A part of the George C. Marshall Legacy Series presented by Carnegie Corporation of New York

Thursday, September 14, 2017
5:30 pm with reception to follow

Pogue Auditorium
George C. Marshall Foundation
VMI Parade, Lexington, Virginia

Reservations required by calling Leigh McFaddin at 540-463-7103, ext. 138 or by email to reservations@marshallfoundation.org. Seating will be first come, first served. Members and students will be admitted free; non-members will pay $15 at the door.

You are invited to see the special exhibition, “Six Degrees of Marshall,” that is on display in the Lower Gallery.

James Zobel

James W. Zobel is chief archivist for the MacArthur Memorial Foundation and Museum in Norfolk, Virginia. He is also the author of MacArthur: The Supreme Commander at War in the Pacific.